The Mission of Jesus. Second Nordic Symposium on the Historical Jesus, Lund, 7-10 October 2012. Ed. by Samuel Byrskog and Tobias Hägerland
2015. VIII, 239 pages. WUNT II 391. ISBN 978-3-16-153335-8
Table of Contents
- Samuel Byrskog/Tobias Hägerland: Introduction ‒ Per Bilde: Can It Be Justified to Talk about Scholarly Progress in the History of Modern Jesus Research since Reimarus? ‒ Halvor Moxnes: The Mission of Jesus to “the Totality of the Jewish Land” in Schleiermacher’s Life of Jesus ‒ Samuel Byrskog: What is Historical about the Mission of the Historical Jesus? Rudolf Bultmann and the Hermeneutics of Memory ‒ Jostein Ådna: The Messianic Claim of Jesus: An Appreciation and Appraisal of Martin Hengel’s Portrayal of the Historical Jesus ‒ Kari Syreeni: From John’s Ministry to the Mission of Jesus: The Question of Continuity and Change in a Psychological Perspective ‒ Mogens Müller: The Effect of Jesus as Source for the Historical Figure ‒ Eve-Marie Becker: Jesus and Capernaum in the Apostolic Age: Balancing Sources and their Evidence ‒ Renate Banschbach Eggen: Do the Parables Tell Us Something about the Mission of Jesus? ‒ Matti Kankaanniemi: Mission as Reaction: Exhausted Jesus at the Well of Sychar ‒ Tobias Hägerland: The Role of the Disciples in the Prophetic Mission of Jesus ‒ Ville Auvinen: ” Eloi, eloi, lema sabakhthani ” (Mark 15:34) – A Cry of Despair or Trust?